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Album Review: ALAZKA – Phoenix

Alazka

RISING FROM THE ASHES TO NEW HEIGHTS, ALAZKA’S “PHOENIX” IS TRULY A REBIRTH There’s a possibility that upon hearing the first track or two off PHOENIX, that it bends your ear to a familiarity; and not just because there is something within the music either. It’s more than fitting into …

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Album Review: COMEBACK KID – Outsider

Comeback Kid

For what started as a side-project, Comeback Kid have certainly had an extensive career, releasing their sixth full-length Outsider in 2017, almost two decades after they formed. Those familiar with Comeback Kid will find Outsider instantly accessible, building on their base of hardcore skate-punk with whatever elements happen to augment …

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Album Review: BOBAFLEX – Eloquent Demons

Bobaflex

After the release of their 7th studio album in 2015, “Anything That Moves”, rockers Bobaflex are back and have released their newest addition to their discography on the world. Eloquent Demons is the 8th release from the band, gaining much attention with their cover of Pink Floyd’s “Hey You” fans …

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Album Review: IGORRR – Savage Sinusoid

Savage Sinusoid

Since 2003, Gautier Serre has crafted an experimental music identity comprising myriad nuanced influences. His primary project is Igorrr, which aims to seek harmony within the classical and modern. Its sound comprises a heavy metal foundation accentuated by baroque, jungle and industrial flesh tones, which are often utilized collectively in …

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Album Review: THE CONTORTIONIST – Clairvoyant

CONTORTIONIST

Indianapolis’s The Contortionist is one of the most lauded and adored bands of today’s experimental metal underground, with a very niche yet adoring fan-base all their own ready to worship this quintet’s every avant-garde move. All of this comes as a surprise given the now-acclaimed group’s unassuming origins: after all, …

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Album Review: ARCH ENEMY – Will To Power

Arch Enemy

In 2014, Swedish melodic death metal darlings Arch Enemy hit new commercial and critical heights with War Eternal. The quintet’s ninth album overall, it marked the debut of now-beloved frontwoman Alissa White-Gluz, who quickly became regarded as one of the most badass singers in the entire modern music sphere. It …

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